Nodulation Differences Between Organic and Conventional Systems Dr. Kris Nichols, Chief Scientist, Dr. Emmanuel Omondi, Research Director – Farming Systems Trial, Jeff Moyer, Executive Director, and Ross Duffield, Farm Manager
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By Jesse Barrett – Rodale Institute, Organic Allentown Program Manager When you ask a person, “What is organic agriculture?” you will probably get a different response from each person that you ask. Most people respond to the question with answers … Continued
Nutrient Density Comparison Between Organic and Conventionally Grown Oats By Marisa Wagner and Emmanuel Omondi (Ph.D.) The Farming Systems Trial (FST) at Rodale Institute is America’s longest running side-by-side comparison of organic and conventional agriculture. FST was established in 1981 … Continued
In its 35th year of existence, the Farming Systems Trial (FST) at Rodale Institute continues to demonstrate, through scientific research data, that organic farming is superior to conventional systems with regard to building, maintaining and replenishing the health of the … Continued
The Blooming Prairie Foundation (BPF) awarded Rodale Institute $10,000 to support the “Nutritive Quality Assessment of Organically and Conventionally Grown Oats” project.
Earlier this year, Rodale Institute received a $98,036 grant from the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation to support the Institute’s Farming Systems Trial (FST)®.
Rodale Institute Farm Director Jeff Moyer talks about what is happening in our fields and yours. Joe asks: I’ve been trying to convince a friend of mine that many “Pro-GMO” arguments are myths. I sent him to your Farming Systems … Continued
By Coach Mark Smallwood Originally appeared at www.mariasfarmcountrykitchen.com The latest media buzz over organic foods is a bit of a non-event here at the Rodale Institute. The Stanford study asks the question, “Are Organic Foods Safer or Healthier than Conventional … Continued
By Amanda Kimble-Evans Organic farmers and gardeners already witness every year the bountiful harvests possible when growing food in concert with nature. And anyone who supports their local organic growers at farmers’ markets can see first-hand the incredible productivity of … Continued